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Happy birthday to me!

I’m finally back on track in terms of time! No more retrospective blogging :)

Most of the summer, my life felt rather nomadic, what with packing and unpacking for the hospital, moving out of my student house, moving out of my family house, going on holiday… life was moving a lot since March despite my health situation being at a stand still. 830 more words

AVM

Even more projects

Some new projects that range from centrifuge to fMRI analysis software

Centrifuges:

DremelFuge

gogoFuge

Open source syringe pump

Motorised microscope stage

Fiji – microscopy software… 8 more words

Neuroscience

Neuroimaging and Capital Sentencing

A few weeks ago, at Concurring Opinions, Dave Hoffman blogged about a piece in The Guardian (UK), which reported that “[a] team of world-leading neuroscientists has developed a powerful technique that allows them to look deep inside a person’s brain and read their intentions before they act.  330 more words

Criminal Law

Neuroimaging and Capital Sentencing

A few weeks ago, at Concurring Opinions, Dave Hoffman blogged about a piece in The Guardian (UK), which reported that “[a] team of world-leading neuroscientists has developed a powerful technique that allows them to look deep inside a person’s brain and read their intentions before they act.  330 more words

Criminal Law

Education and Neuroscience

With new findings from neuroscience catching the headlines every day, surely we can tap into these results to improve our education system? The Education and Neuroscience Initiative… 841 more words

Neuroscience

BRAIN: Launching America’s Next Moonshot

Some have called it America’s next moonshot. Indeed, like the historic effort that culminated with the first moon landing in 1969, the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative… 715 more words

Science

Sunshinebright reblogged this on Sunshinebright and commented:

A very ambitious planned undertaking, Dr. Collins. Why don't you include examining the brains of M.E. (myalgic encephalomyelitis) sufferers as well? Their brain inflammation is a great part of their traumatic suffering.

BRAIN: Launching America’s Next Moonshot

Some have called it America’s next moonshot. Indeed, like the historic effort that culminated with the first moon landing in 1969, the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative… 715 more words

Science